||  

  ||  

Back to News Listing Unity of Command : Black Turn Released!

Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 by Filippo Chianetta

Type: Press Release

 

Unitof Command – Black Turn, the latest DLC of the series is finally available on our store!

After the 1942 “Case Blue” campaign of Unity of Command, and Operation Citadel and the battle of Kursk in Red Turn, is now time to  dip your feet in the prologue of the East Campaign: “Operation Barbarossa”, the 1941 invasion of the Soviet Union by Nazi Germany.

Unity of Command: Black Turn is a prequel for the series. Developed by 2x2 Games, thisTurn-Based strategy game features the story of the 1941 Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, Operation Barbarossa, in 13 suspense filled scenarios (11 historical, plus two further what-if scenarios if Moscow is captured). The game uses the well-known engine and gameplay of Unity of Command, with aggressive AI, an innovative supply system and excellent modding options.

For the first week of release, until December 17th, Unity of Command: Black Turn is priced at 10% off its normal price!

The Wargamer has published a review of the game. Read it here.
 

To run the game you will need to install the v1.05 Update for Unity of Command. The Update fixes some general and AI crashes, fixes some Editor issues and adds more info about units in scenario editor force pool dialog.

Check the Forum page for the full changelog.

The v1.05 update is comprehensive and will bring all versions of Unity of Command to v1.05. To download the update, players can run “Check for Update” via the game menu or on the game’s PC download page or Mac download page .

 

For more information check out the game’s product page.

  • View Enlargement
  • View Enlargement

Click thumbnails for full-size images and captions.

More Info

Unity of Command - Black Turn

  ( Views : 20785 )


In Other News..

The most accurate game on the English Civil War has been just released!

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Without any doubt, the United Kingdom as we know today, couldn’t exist without the conflict known as the “English Civil War”. For 9 long years, from 1642 to 1651 the country saw two major factions fighting each other to the end not just for supremacy, but to build the foundations of the new English Society for centuries to come.

Starting with inconclusive battles and with practically untrained troops, this conflict ended with the establishment of probably one of the best armies England ever had - the New Model Army – and with the initial structure of a Constitutional Monarchy that remains a part of England to this day.

Even though Parliament only achieved final supremacy in the management of government affairs  40 years later during the Glorious Revolution, the seeds of change which ultimately lead to the creation of the English Kingdom similar to its present form, can be directly linked to the battlefields of Edgehill and Marston Moor, as well as many others during the first Civil War.

Read more...

English Civil War Release Date Revealed!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Save the date fellow wargamers, as the upcoming game covering the bitter conflict known as English Civil War will be available on our stores on 11th of May!

Read more...

English Civil War Tips for Parliament

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

As we approach the release date for AGEODS English Civil War, we wanted to share some starting tips for new players.
If you enjoy this Parliamentarian tips video and would like to see a Royalist one, please let us know in the comments below. Don't forget to rate, comment and subscribe for more information!
 

Read more...

Ageod teams up with the Sealed Knot Society for the English Civil War!

Friday, March 24, 2017

Ageod Games is very proud to announce a collaboration with the Sealed Knot Society – the largest re-enactment society in Europe – in support of the upcoming English Civil War game.

We truly appreciate their efforts in keeping alive the memory of this conflict and its heritage, and with their experience we hope to make the English Civil War game the most historically accurate wargame for PC about this fascinating setting.

Read more...

To End All Wars and Commander: The Great War 50% Discounted!

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The 1918 Kaiserschlacht (or Spring Offensive) was the last attempt by the German High Command to make a breakthrough in the Western Front.

On the 21st  of March 1918, a series of attacks along the front line held by the British Fifth and Third Army began. Strengthened by divisions coming from the Eastern Front and with an extended use of troops trained in infiltration and assault tactics (Stormtroopers), the Germans were able to achieve the largest territory advance of the war.

However, this all-out offensive didn’t gain a decisive victory. The Germans lost irreplaceable veteran troops and the conquest of the new territories resulted in hard to defend positions with a supply line that was stretched too far.

Read more...

The English Civil War Main Art Revealed!

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The civil conflict that erupted in the British Isles in 1641 and lasted almost ten years, is, undoubtedly, one of the major turning points of British history.

Religious and political struggles are dividing the country, and the stakes are high! To whom will you swear your loyalty? To the King or to the Parliament?    

Read more...

New screenshots for English Civil War, featuring the Siege of Hull and the Battle of Edgehill!

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The failed siege of Hull and the Battle of Edgehill represent the initial fights of the English Civil War.

Especially the latter, where its inconclusive outcome denied both factions the strategic advantage they needed to put an end to the war quickly.

Read more...